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We did, stayed at a quiet Inn as far away as we could get, we played and sang often in the evenings in the pub with the locals(They loved American Country Western stuff, so we obliged).
He was ill for many days, but finally started becoming better with many long walks, good simple food, and the music.
These are a wonderful resource for old and new obituaries. Includes 1800s-1900s obituaries from United Brethren publications. Bible Record Transcriptions Search for old Family Bibles Surname Search Portal Mormon Church Search Ellis Island Search More Passenger Lists UK Genealogy Search Engines US Genealogy Search Engines Roots Web Search Past Sheriffs of the United States Prison & Sex Offenders Family Historian News Genealogy Poems Genealogy Links With this large collection of newspapers online, you can read and search newspapers dating back over 150 years! If you can't locate an obituary online, try contacting a library in the area you are searching.
I have also included some death index search engines. Gospel Advocate Obituary Index - Church of Christ 1855-2006 Seventh Day Adventist Obituary Search Engine Mennobits - Obituaries of Amish and Mennonite Families 1864-1998. The unique search engine will locate names, and keywords to help you locate newspaper articles about any subject or person, including YOUR ancestors and obituaries.
Name: Lesley Hartley Email: ghartley at: au Ancestor: George Peace & Elizabeth (Betsy Hay) m. 1861 Sanday OKI Date: Thursday, December 22, 2005 Time: Tasmania, Australia Interested in any information backwards from these two PEACE ancestors. When my husband, Robert, returned from the first Gulf War in 1991, we were living in Germany.
Other names connected include Ogg, Campbell, Muir, Hewison, Smith, Marwick, Drever - also Swanson, Horne, Am most willing to share information - Name: Kathryn Jones Email: [email protected]: Ancestor: Early 1700's to SE United States from Scotland, believed to highlands(Islands? Date: Tuesday, December 13, 2005 Time: Olympia, Washington, USA My mother's maiden name is Reid, her name is Elizabeth(middle) other common names in large family than settled in SE USA, mountain areas, became small hold farmers. He came back very tired, had lost 50 lbs , at 5'9" heighed 140 lbs.
All of these are located at Lauderdale County USGen Web. Searchable database of newspaper obituaries from Birmingham area newspapers, it covers September 1946 through December 1976. Includes a large amount various death record resources such as mortality schedules, obituary indexes and death registers. Obituaries are from local newspapers in NW Maricopa County, AZ for years 1998 to 2003. Located at the Larimer County Genealogical Society. It is a complete index to obituary and death notices printed in The Panama City Pilot newspapers between and 1916 along with The Panama City News Herald newspapers from July 1, 1987 through April 20, 2006. The library fulfills obituary requests if the proper information is supplied.
Includes obituary indexes from The Florence Times and The Times Daily newspapers of Lauderdale County, Alabama. Newspapers are: the Birmingham News, Birmingham World, Methodist Christian Advocate and the Alabama Christian Advocate. Copies of the obituaries may be requested if a name is found in the index. The index consists mostly of obituaries from Prescott, AZ newspapers. Includes obituaries from 1916-1996 from the Fillmore Herald, Fillmore Daily Sun, Fillmore American and the Fillmore Gazette. The alphabetical index is linked to actual images of obituaries from "The Coloradoan" Newspaper which was published in Fort Collins, Colorado.
We also have images of survey plats and field notes, land status records, and control document index records.
Due to organization of documents in the GLO collection, this site does not currently contain every Federal title record issued for the Public Land States.
At the time, I KNEW we had to get there, for Bob's sake, and perhaps mine.